Matt Osterman’s “Hover” is a Heartland Horror story

Drones are as accessible as iPhones these days. Anyone can get their hands on one—to take videos, race, or simply enjoy as a toy. Minnesota filmmaker and director Matt Osterman’s latest work, “Hover,” takes this technological phenomena one step further and explores a not-too-distant future where drones are used for a more sinister purpose. Osterman, 40, … [ Read more]

The Trylon Cinema: Minneapolis’ hidden hope for eccentric and repertory film

J ohn Moret’s position as the Trylon Cinema’s film programmer fits him like an old roll of 35mm film fits into an antique projector. The cinephile grew up watching a movie nearly every day and eventually went on to run the Landmark Lagoon Cinema from 2006 to 2015, where he also got his start. His … [ Read more]

Make a Game of It: Passionate designers are using Kickstarter to fund a board game revolution

Patrick Leder of Leder Games, a St. Paul–based micro-publisher of board games, was at a loss. He was working on a new game and trying to figure out the best way to make, and play, the tiles that would form the game map. He searched online for examples from other board games, and something caught … [ Read more]